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Topic - Mokhlis Afghan
Nearly two dozen Afghan civilians were wounded Wednesday when two grenades exploded inside a mosque compound and a bicycle bomb blew up in a city market, officials said.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attended a Cabinet meeting Sunday after more than a week's absence that raised tension with the country's supreme leader, state TV reported.
A Christian charity said Monday it had no plans to leave Afghanistan despite the killings of 10 members of its medical aid team and repeated that the organization does not attempt to convert Muslims to Christianity.
Four children died in the blast, provincial spokesman Mokhlis Afghan said, bringing Tuesday's death toll to 50 — 11 police and 39 civilians.
The blast killed four civilians and wounded 12, said Mokhlis Afghan, a spokesman for the provincial governor's office.